guess what I got pregnant the next month after using it. I have had two kids and I still don't know what the signs of pregnancy are or how you can tell. Is it possible that my period could just be late and I'm freaking myself out?
It’s over 99% accurate at detecting pregnancy from the day of the expected period and the Weeks Indicator is as accurate as an ultrasound scan at dating your pregnancy.Not only that but Clearblue Digital Pregnancy tests can be used up to 4 days before your expected period * and the unmistakably clear 'Pregnant' or 'Not Pregnant' results in words make them easier to read than traditional line tests, which can be hard to interpret (studies have shown that 1 in 4 women can misread line test results) Strips are typically very small, can be fragile and are rather difficult to use.I'm trying to figure out when I will ovulation for many years.one of my cousin asked me to try ovlution predictor if it work for me.The quad screen test involves drawing blood from the mother, which takes about 5 to 10 minutes.
The blood sample is then sent to the laboratory for testing. Except for the discomfort of drawing blood, there are no known risks or side effects associated with the quad screen test.
However, the quad screen looks for not only the three specific substances evaluated in those tests (AFP, h CG, and Estriol) but also a fourth substance known as Inhibin-A.
The screen is essentially the same as the screening tests that look for only three substances, except the likelihood of identifying pregnancies at risk for Down Syndrome is higher through the evaluation of Inhibin-A levels. It is very important to remember what a screening test is before getting one performed.
26 weeks and 5 days I need to know if pregnant from 26 weeks or do they just add 2 weeks on cause I'm really confused and really need to know thankyou RESPONSE: The results you receive from this tool are for informational purposes only and should not be the basis of your medical decision making.
Consult yourphysician to determine the medical implications of any tests you take.
In a study, we found nearly three quarters of women prefer to test in their urine stream.